Drug Card - Acitivated on Feb 15, 2018
Drug cards will be mailed to the member's
home address (by Feb 15, 2018) as it is listed
with the City of Mississauga. Please ensure
that the information is correct. This can be
verified through the ESS (Employee Self Service)
*Please make sure that the phone number
listed is also accurate for Overtime calls.
Cards are now arriving, however they will not
Charity Hockey Game - March 4, 2018
The Mississauga Firefighters Benevolent Fund has teamed up with Peel Police and the Mississauga Steelheads for a great charity event that will be fun for the whole family. A $15 ticket will get you 2 GAMES!!! First watch MFES take on Peel Police at 11am where a purchased ticket will get you flexible seating. Then following that game, watch the OHL Steelheads battle the Erie Otters in last year's final rematch starting at 2pm.
Tickets are available through http://mississaugasteelheads.com/
. By using the code BADGE, $3 from every ticket purchased will go directly to the DAM charity. Along with the game, there will be a puck toss, kids Plinko, and a raffle for a chance to win some unique prizes.
2nd Annual Golf Mississauga Firefighter's Golf Tournament
Results: 66% to 34% in favour of 7am start time
This Poll ended on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 @ 16:00 hrs
Arbitration Award Documents - 2015-2017
Saving Lives, Saving Money, Improving Emergency Care
Do you think it makes sense to continue prohibiting some certified paramedics from using their full training if they don't arrive on an ambulance?
Neither do we.
Ontario’s Fire Fighters are asking the Ontario government to change the law so that certified paramedics who are fire fighters can respond to medical emergencies as part of a fire crew.
Right now, a certified paramedic can only use their skills and training if they arrive in a paramedic vehicle. Sign our petition.
Since roughly 10% of Ontario's full-time fire fighters are fully-trained paramedics, they are not permitted to provide the same high level of care when they arrive on-scene as part of a fire crew.
88% of Ontarians think that’s wrong and they support changing the law to fix it.
Please take a moment to sign our petition and help us convince the government to enact a change that just makes sense.
After you’ve signed the petition, please share with your friends on social media and sign up to receive periodic emails from us. Don’t worry; if you don’t have your IAFF number handy, you can still sign up.
We’ll be sharing more information with you as we move forward on this – and other – initiatives. Make sure you sign up so you can hear about them!
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